In this episode of the Built for the Trades podcast, host Dan Dowdy dives into a recap from the interview with Justin and Kristen Deese, husband and wife duo and home service business owners. This episode is beneficial as Dan reiterates information based on experiences from the trade that will immensely improve the function of small business team members.
This episode is for you if you wish to create a system to highlight personal strengths for every individual in your workspace and learn to become the best version of yourself as a leader.
Listen to this episode for these top tips:
- Find out how Justin Deese and Dan Dowdy agree that utilizing unique abilities will help elevate trade business.
- Uncover how the power of “filling the gaps” with various personality types and strengths can benefit businesses.
- Learn how Dan Dowdy promotes Dan Sullivan’s six tips for finding your unique ability.
“ You can think as you listen to this podcast, where do I fit into those two areas? Am I a stronger leader or am I a stronger manager? And once you discover that, you can start to lean into the other side and become a better leader, or lean into the other side and become a better manager.”
– Dan Dowdy
Leaders become great not because of their power but because of their ability to empower others. As you go out today, I encourage you to jot these down, find your unique ability and share that with your team. Also, we would love for you to share that with us here on the Built for the Trades podcast! As you listen to this, drop a comment in the box, share your unique ability, and share if you feel you’re more equipped in leadership or management. We want to know about some things you learned through this great worksheet shared in this episode.
About Justin and Kristen
Justin and Kristen Deese have 20 years of experience in the home services industry. They’ve channeled everything they have learned into their book “When Your Business Partner Is Your Spouse” and now offer coaching and mastermind services in addition to overseeing their two home services businesses. They share why having a vision is essential to success and how to find a balance between work and marriage.